Kabbalah and Love

Kabbalah confirms that the Heavenly Light, when drawn from its supreme source, is the only substance which will unite the world into one loving, harmonious, eternal brotherhood.”
— Levi Krakovsky, The Omnipotent Light Revealed – Wisdom of the Kabbalah

Levi Krakovsky explains that the Heavenly Light, Ohr Elyon, in Hebrew, brings peace and unity to the world is based on an interpretation of two words:  Ohr, light, and Ore, skin, two Hebrew words that sound alike and therefore have, in Kabbalah, a hidden connection and relevance.  The Ohr, the light descends from above to cover the world’s inhabitant like an Ore, a skin, and just as human skin covers and connects all parts of a human being’s body, so too, the Ohr from above, brings a spiritual unity that connects all human beings together in peace.

In our 21st Century, we are experiencing a collective spiritual advancement which occurs in greater and greater measure as each individual human being becomes more and more acquainted with spiritual knowledge. This spiritual knowledge, knowledge of God,  enables us to see through superficial differences that separate us and to perceive God’s presence in others. 

The Age of Aquarius is dawning.  In Jewish astrological tradition, the keyword for Aquarius, is, in Hebrew, OHEV  meaning ‘friend’ or ‘one who loves’, from the Hebrew root AHAV, to love.  The Hebrew word for ‘love’ is ‘ahava’.

 

Man’s Search for Meaning

Dr. Victor E. Frankl,  March 26, 1905 – September 2, 1997, Creator of  Logotherapy

 

In Kabbalah, we learn that each individual is born according to their specific mazal (destiny or fate) on the day and hour chosen by God to provide the new born the appropriate opportunities to advance its spiritual development and thus, achieve its life’s fulfillment and thereby, participate in Tikkun ha’Olam.


Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life to carry out a concrete assignment which demands fulfillment. Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated. Thus, everyone’s task is as unique as is his specific opportunity to implement it.
Victor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning